DIY a Glass Vase into a Cloche
These are amazing to work with.
I was a little nervous. I didn’t need to be! These have a little “stick” to them so they don’t move around while you are trying to apply your paint. I would buy these in a heartbeat.
The entire line came across as
so well thought out and everything I used was very high quality.
I could see a multitude of possibilities limited only by your imagination.
I would love to hear what you think.
You can find Plaid’s new Martha Stewart glass paint & tools at
Michaels. You can also find Plaid on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest.
Plus, you’ll find lots of other glass paint projects with the hashtag “#marthaglass”
if you’re looking for variety & inspiration!
Hope you like how I turned a
Vase into a Cloche
and that you found my review of the
Martha Stewart for Plaid glass paint line helpful.
Technically, I’m sharing this project and tutorial again. This is one of the poor little posts that got left behind on my blogger review blog when I switched over to WordPress, so I’m sneaking it on over so it can join it’s friends!
All opinions are completely my own and formed only after working with the product.
Thistlewood Farms says
Thanks for sharing!!
Have a blessed and wonderful day!!
You rocked it, friend! You created the perfect cloche, and the paint is amazing! Martha would be proud. 🙂
Katherines Corner says
It’s lovely my friend. You did a wonderful job. I love the simple elegance of it too. xo
Shannon at Fox Hollow Cottage says
Thanks a bunch Katherine! They are so spendy, just not in the budget. $5 and a knob is more up my alley 😉
Krista @ the happy housie says
I have been trying to figure out how to DIY a cloche, they are so expensive! I absolutely love this! Great job! and thank you so much for sharing it:)